Yesterday I showed you pictures of my outdoor winter garden so today I thought I would share some photos of what’s growing in and around my greenhouse garden.
Believe it or not, we’ve still got a bunch of harvestable fresh perennial herbs. On the left side of the greenhouse we have oregano, rosemary and chives.
On the right side, purple sage, thyme and garlic chives. Not to shabby for November if you ask me.
Inside the greenhouse we have lettuce that we’ve been picking every few days for side salads. I figure we probably have enough lettuce growing to last us a few more weeks.
A few weeks ago I also planted some lettuce seedlings in galvanized tubs in the greenhouse. Their growth has been pretty slow due to the cold temps, but for the most part it looks like we are going to get a nice crop of lettuce maybe around Christmas or New Years. We’ll see.
We also have a pot of spinach growing too. It’s not much, but it’s something to look forward to.
And beets seedlings. Yep, we’ve got plenty of those. I just need to find some time to plant them in the main garden and then build another row cover to protect them from the cooler temps or any light frost we might get.
And last but not least, Lemon, our Meyer Lemon Tree. We have two lemons that are beginning to turn yellow, can you believe it?! Everytime I go out to the greenhouse I am amazed that the lemons are still there and they have not dropped to the ground and shriveled up.
Hang in there Lemon!! You can do it. 😉
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